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Ring Equestrian Figure Date 19th20th century Geography Mali

Ring Equestrian Figure Date 19th20th century Geography Mali

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Ring: Equestrian Figure Date:19th–20th century Geography:Mali Culture:Dogon peoples Medium:Copper alloy Dimensions:H. 3 x W. 1 7/8 in. (7.6 x 4.8 cm)

Lidded Vessel: Equestrian Figure, 16th–early 20th century

Equestrian Figure - 16th/19th century - Dogon or Tellem Bandiagara region, Mali Northern

Djenne equestrian figure, Mali, c. 13th-16th century (terracotta)

Figure: Seated Couple. Date: 18th-early 19th century; Geography: Mali

Ring: Equestrian Figure Date: 19th–20th century Geography: Mali Culture: Dogon peoples Medium: Copper alloy Dimensions: H. 3 x W. 1 7/…

Dogon equestrian figure, Mali, c. early 20th century (wood) Africa Decor

Figure: Female (Dege Dal Nda). Artist: Master of Ogol; Date

Mali | Ring from the Dogon people; copper alloy | Early to mid 20th century | Ethnic | African art, Art, Ethnic jewelry

Figure: Seated Couple. Date: 18th-early 19th century; Geography: Mali

STATUETTE DOGON KAMBARI DOGON KAMBARI CROUCHING FIGURE , PLATEAU SUD, RÉGION DE BANDIAGARA, MALI

Mali | Ring from the Dogon people; copper alloy | Early to mid 20th century | Ethnic | African art, Art, Ethnic jewelry

Kneeling Figure with Snakes - 11th/14th century - Jenné Inland Niger Delta region,

Head of an Oba Date:16th century Geography:Nigeria, Court of Benin Culture

Senufo maskSenufo kpelie mask, wood, horns, fibre, cotton cloth, feather, metal, sacrificial material, Côte d'Ivoire, 19th–20th century; in the Metropolitan ...

Ring with Chameleon (Yawiige) Date:19th–20th century Geography:Burkina Faso

A rare Bamana equestrian figure, probably used as an offering reflecting prestige and desire for

Lega three-headed figure

Wood Togu na Support Post: Female Figure, Mali Dogon peoples, The Metropolitan Museum

Gold Dust Box (abamphruwa), 19th–20th century

Male Figure, possibly 1300s-1600s. Western Sudan, Mali, Inland Niger Delta

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Malian Jenne-Jeno sculpture. The man faces upwards. Note the detail in the headpiece of the horse.

Wood female figure from Mali, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Manhattan, New York

Rare antique dogon ring african, bague grenier, not gold weight

Antique 19th century West African bronze manilla bracelets and white metal rings

Figure: Bird, 13th–14th century, Mali, Inland Niger Delta, Djenné

Ring excavated at Sijilmasa, Morocco

Figurative Harp (Domu), 19th-20th century, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mangbetu, wood, hide, twine, brass ring, 67.3 x 21.6 x 30.5 cm (The ...

Harriet Whitney Frishmuth Bronze Sculpture Female Figure Bookends - a Pair For Sale

Africa | Pendant of a bird from the Baule people of the Ivory Coast | 20th century | Gold alloy

Leaded bronze ceremonial object, thought to have been the head of a staff, decorated

Standing Female Figure - 11th/19th century - Dogon or Tellem Mali - Artist:

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Atlas of Maritime Charts (The Catalan Atlas) [detail of Mansa Musa]

The older history of slavery before the trans-atlantic era is very important to study and comprehend the consequences that led to the appearance of Fulani ...

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Dogon kanaga masks

This massive complex of stone buildings, spread over 1,800 acres, was constructed over 300 years beginning in the eleventh century.

Figurative Harriet Whitney Frishmuth Bronze Sculpture Female Figure Bookends - a Pair For Sale - Image

Headdress (Sogoni Koun), 19th–20th century, Bamana peoples, Mali, Wood, cane, string, bamboo, 23x8x10 in, (Met #1979.206.158)

Kneeling Figure

Vintage Bronze African Female figure, tribal art weight 1487 grams height 32cm .

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Bronze Harriet Whitney Frishmuth Bronze Sculpture Female Figure Bookends - a Pair For Sale - Image

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Digital 10 City MAPS patterns of Kaunas Kowno 19th-20th century - Download. PRINTABLE map.High resolution map. High quality maps. Large maps

Vintage Cameroon Bamileke Bronze Face Masks African Tribal Art

Lega carved ivory figure

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Bowl

Vintage Tribal Bronze Benin Rooster Figure -- Nigeria ...

Mangaaka (Kongo power figure)

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Date: 19th–20th century. Geography: Mali

Harriet Whitney Frishmuth Bronze Sculpture Female Figure Bookends - a Pair For Sale - Image 4

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Plaque: Equestrian Oba and Attendants, 1550-1680, Nigeria, Court of Benin, Edo peoples, brass, 49.5 x 41.9 x 11.4 cm (The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Abstract Art, Print, Poster,fine art Modern Apartment, Office Decor, 19th Century Art,van doesburg

Teke mask

98 Holger Weiss Map 8. Hausa networks. closer look at their background often reveals

1915 COMPLETE JAN-DEC NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC BOUND VOLUMES 27/28 w 2 Pic+1 Map Sups

Rare antique dogon ring african, bague grenier, not gold weight

Figure: Equestrian, 16th–17th century, Mali, Bandiagara region, Dogon peoples

Taruga

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La Hora de Café Presenta el documental "El predicador" con la presencia de sus creadores Gustavo Ortiz y Oneyda González

The history of Fulani is also closely linked to the history of the Baggara tribal group. They are also intermixed. During the 12th century, in Levant, ...

Pre-dynastic Egypt dates 5500 BC, and is centred around the cities of Nekhen and Abydos, upstream the Nile, close to Luxor and Sudan.

Detail, Linguist Staff (Okyeame), 19th-early 20th century, Ghana, Akan peoples, Asante, gold foil, wood, nails, 156.5 x 14.6 x 5.7 cm (The Metropolitan ...

Antique Bronze Horse Head Bookends/Figures - a Pair

Pair of Yoruba twin figures (ibeji), wood, from Efon Alaye, Nigeria

History of Art by HW Janson, Vol 1 4th Ed (Art eBook) | Printmaking (3.7K views)

Fine African Art book - RARE VINTAGE YEAR 1947 Mask Figure Sculpture Statue

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Muhammad's son Jalal ad-Din Mingburnu returned to Iran in c. 1224 after his exile in India. The rival Turkic states, which were all that remained of his ...

Cover of the latest issue of 'National Geographic': Leonardo, a Renaissance man ...

Geography and history[edit]

This is what happens when she- horses are molested by humans!:

Issa carved wooden milk pot

The Aksum empire (also known as Axum), one of the earliest Christian states in Africa, flourished from the first century C.E. into the eleventh century, ...

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Baggara groups have become widely scattered, as a result of their lateral movement over the centuries.

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18th century African Bronze Manilla, Slave currency

The Dancing Girl; 2400–1900 BCE; bronze; height: 10.8 cm (4 1⁄ in.); National Museum (New Delhi, India)

Pair of 19th/20th Century Bronze Figures Bare Breasted Female Gardeners